The Beyoncé and Ed Sheeran Duet You Never Saw Coming Is Here


Flawless, meet ideal: Ed Sheeran has tapped Beyonce for a remix of his latest single. The singer hopped on a remix of Sheeran's song, "Perfect", which was included in his album, ÷ (Divide), that released in March this year.

Speaking ahead of the release, Ed told Channel 4 Radio in the United Arab Emirates, "I've got something dropping next Friday". Plus, "Perfect" is already one of his best-known and most-beloved tracks, and with Beyoncé joining in on the fun, you know it's going to be good. Following the trend set by this year's smash hit "Despacito", which Luis Fonsi released in a remix featuring Justin Bieber, Sheeran is now giving "Perfect" another outing, this time with Queen Bey.

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The pair have collaborated in past performances - including a Stevie Wonder tribute and a special Drunk in Love performance for Global Citizen Festival - but they've never done an official track together.

"I've got a rough outline of it - I've probably got about nine songs that I really like".

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"Rehearsing with her, hearing her sing up close is just a thing to marvel".

Sheeran made the announcement via Instagram unveiling the single's artwork. She accompanied J Balvin and Willy William's "Mi Gente" remix, along with Eminem's "Walk On Water".

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